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What measures can I take to avoid the foreskin from covering the glans when fully erect ?

Even is fully erectile position the foreskin of my penis keeps covering my glans until I pull it back myself. Moreover, during intercourse also the foreskin retracts back & covers by glans time & again. This reduces enjoyment during intercourse. I have to keep pulling the foresking back again & again during intercourse. Pls. suggest course of action to overcome this issue
Asked On : Fri, 25 Mar 2011
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Thanks for query,
This is normal position of skin on glans.
It is not necessary that during erection fore skin should go up and glans remain open.
During intercourse skin automatically comes up and down on the glans.
If after averting foreskin does not coming back on glans then we should think of phymosis.
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Answered: Thu, 21 Jul 2011
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